Diet and behavior

An eating pattern characterised by skipped or delayed breakfast is associated with mood disorders among an Australian adult cohort

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Hippocampal-dependent appetitive control is impaired by experimental exposure to a Western-style diet

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Breakfast habits are associated with mood, sleep quality, and daily food intake in healthy adults

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Time allocation and dietary habits in the United States: time for re-evaluation?

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Is healthier nutrition behaviour associated with better self-reported health and less health complaints? Evidence from Turku, Finland

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Clutter, chaos, and overconsumption: the role of mind-set in stressful and chaotic food environments

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What is a snack, why do we snack, and how can we choose better snacks? A review of the definitions of snacking, motivations to snack, contributions to dietary intake, and recommendations for improvement

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Higher heart-rate variability is associated with ventromedial prefrontal cortex activity and increased resistance to temptation in dietary self-control challenges

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Impact of breakfast skipping compared With dinner skipping on regulation of energy balance and metabolic risk

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